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  • Debate Team

    Congratulations to the EAHS Debate Team. They went 13-7 on the season and ended in 2nd place for the East Penn Conference East.

  • ESU Instant Decision Day

    EAHS is hosting an Instant Decision Day for East Stroudsburg University on December 11, 2014. For more info or to register please contact the EAHS Guidance Department.

  • EASD Child Find Notice to Parents

    Is your child experiencing academic, emotional or physical difficulties?

  • Shirt Sales Benefit EAHS Band

    Thanks to the efforts of EAA Cares, along with Kelly Feathers, Gretchen Braido and Melissa Pelaez, over $6,000 has been raised to help fund the EAHS Band's trip to the Orange Bowl! There are still shirts available... click link in red, above, for details!

  • Want a great deal? Save money and support The Foundation for Easton Schools at the same time!

    Click the link in red, above, to learn more about Goodsearch and Amazon Smile!

  • EAMS Ice Bucket Challenge Raises over $300 for ALS

    The student council at EAMS 5/6 doused teacher volunteers and earned money for ALS. Click link in red, above.

  • PSAT TEST INFO

    The PSAT test will be held at EAHS on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Regular registration is $24 due by October 10, 2014. Late registration will be $29 from October 11 through 14, 2014. No registrations will be taken after October 14, 2014. Cash or check ONLY. There are only 410 tests available. First come, first served. Questions? Contact Mrs. Dorrler at dorrlerm@eastonsd.org LATE REGISTRATION FOR THE OCTOBER 18 PSAT HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15 AT 10:00 AM. THE COST WILL BE $29. FOR QUESTIONS, CONTACT MRS. DORRLER AT DORRLERM@EASTONSD.ORG

  • Kindergarten Fall Festival

    Click the link in red, above, for information on the Fall Festival for children and families entering EASD Kindergarten classes in the fall of 2015.

  • Enterovirus: What you should know

    Click for information from the Weller Center on the Enterovirus.

  • Back to School Preparedness

    Check out this podcast from the CDC which discusses how parents and students can be prepared at school.